May 17, 2012 at 9:37 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning. Here's everything that you need to know before taking that first sip of coffee today.
People who — voluntarily — put their personal information on Facebook claim that they do not trust the social network with their personal information, according to a recent poll. In fact, they trust Facebook a whole lot less than people who avoid it altogether.
Do you have privacy concerns? Then why are you still on Facebook?
Whether you're a student facing final papers or a parent helping kids with research assignments, Google has just made the process a lot easier with a new tool that automates the research process.
When a camera manufacturer says their camera is rugged, it's not always possible to take them at their word. So now watch a DSLR get burnt, frozen and run over — for science!
There are the nine ways criminals use Facebook — here are five.
Even though the Internet, as a whole, is notorious for having a short attention span, a large group of strangers have been showering a man in hospice care with countless letters, drawings, stuffed animals, DVDs and other gifts for over a month.
Meanwhile, "Journey of Jesus: The Calling" — which launched on Facebook Tuesday — is "the first-ever video game based on Jesus."
In closing, BuzzFeed has a bunch of stuff to make you feel old. Really, really old.